Practical Windows Forensics for Beginners
Practical Windows Forensics for Beginners, An Introduction to Basic Techniques and Tools for Investigating Windows Systems.
This course is aimed at individuals with little or no experience in Windows forensics who want to develop a foundation in this area. It provides an overview of the basic techniques and tools used for investigating Windows systems.
Throughout the course, students will learn about the importance of forensic analysis in investigating security incidents. They will also gain an understanding of the Windows operating system and its components, including the registry, file systems, event logs, and other key artifacts.
The course covers a range of forensic tools and how to use them effectively for investigations. Students will learn about data acquisition, analysis, and reporting techniques commonly used in Windows forensics.
By the end of the course, students will have a basic understanding of Windows forensics and be able to apply their knowledge to identify, collect, and analyze digital evidence in Windows systems. They will also understand the legal and ethical considerations that need to be taken into account when conducting investigations.
All course materials are provided in a zip file, and students will have access to practical exercises and quizzes to reinforce their learning. This course is an excellent starting point for individuals interested in pursuing a career in digital forensics or incident response.
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